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THE DAILY NEWSPAPER
EVERY DAY
EVERY MONTH
EVERY YEAR
The storekeeper who
shows the newspaper
advertised goods in his
window is getting quick
results because interest
in these brands has beèn
aroused by the adver
tising.
Alert storekeepers are
quick to co-operate with
the man 11 facturer's
newspaper advertising.
Every storekeeper
knows that goods sell
best when they are
placed where people can
see them.
Displayed goods talk
for themselves.
When th'e manufac
turer advertises in the
newspaper he has cre
ated a receptive audi
ence for his particular
goods to talk to.
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PU OF Will
FAILS AT CLOSE
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Early Strength Is Lost in
tne Closing Hour of
Session.
Chicago, April 5.— Rushes to buy car
ried wheat decidedly higher today but
profit taking by holders led to a sharp
reaction,
The chief incentive
continued to be sensational damage re
ports regarding the domestic winter
wheat crop.
Ideal weather
vent the yield this season proving a
repetition of the failure of 1912.
opening prices, which ranged from the
same us Monday's finish to 1% higher,
with May 1.20 % to 1.21 % and July
1.19% to 1.19% was followed by a de- j
cllne of 2 from the initial top figures
but then generally rallied.
Prices closed steady 1%@1% to 2%@
2% net lower.
Wheat
1.18%. July, open, 1.19%; close, 1.17.
Corn—May, open, 76%; close, 75%.
July, open, 77%; close, 76%.
Oats—May, open. 45%;
July: open, 43"s: close 43%.
Pork—May, open, 23.2i: close, 23.12.
July, open, 23.12; close, 22.90.
hich, however, failed to last.
for purchasing
According to one expert
would be needed to pre
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May, open, 1.20 % ;
olo^e, 46%.
Minneapolis, April 5.—May wheat
closed today at 1.1974 to %; July,
1.23%.
LIVESTOCK MARKETS.
Chicago.
(Capital News Special Service.)
Chicago, April 5.— Hogs—Market ac
tive and mostly HI higher than yes
terday's average. Bulk, 9.6509.85;
light, 9.4009.90; mixed, 9.4509.90:
rqugh, [email protected]; pigs, 9.3509.90.
Cattle—Market strong, mostly 10
higher. Native beef steers, 7.7009.96;
western steers, 7.7008.60; stockers, 6®
8.50; cows and heifers, [email protected]:8.85.
Sheep — Market steady. Wethers,
8.2509; lambs, [email protected]
South Omaha.
(Capital News Special Sen Ice.)
Syuth Omaha, April 5.—Hogs—Re
ceipts 9700. Market, average 6 to 10
lower, closing slow. Bulk, 9.Hf09.3O;
top. 9.45; range. 8.9009.45; mixed and
butchers', 9.11)09.40; good to choice
Upavy. 9.300 9.45; rough heavy, 9.150
9.30; light. 8,9009.35; pigs, 7 0 8.75.
Cattle—Receipts 2200. Market strong
to 1ft higher. Native steers, 7.85 0 9.35;
western steers, 7.1008.89; Texas steers,
6.85 0 7.35; cows and heifers,
8.85: feeders, 6.60 0 8.60.
Sheep — Receipts. 5000. Miurket,
«beep strong, lambs [email protected] higher.
Yearlings, 8.50010.25; wethers, 808.75;
lambs, 1O.S5011.35,
North Portland.
(Capital News Special Service.)
North Portland. April 5.—Cattle—
Receipts 28. Market steady. Steers,
grain and pulp fed, 8.90(9 9; choice hay
DAILY PUZZLE PICTURE
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TO THE AUTHOR OF "FABLES IN SLANG."
Master of wit, at fables an adept.
Your early years hare their rich promis* kept.
Others may blunder and good (style abus«,
We'U ne'er find f a u lt with slanguage that you use.
fin4 an admirnr.
Ku*b*nd—right aUe down.
ANSWER TO TSSTERDATa PÜZZLM,
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fed, 8.2508.76; good, 7.7508; medium.
7.25 07.60; cows, choice, 6.85 0 7.80;
good, 6.5006.76; medium. 6.2606.50;
heifers, 607.75; bulls, 306; stags, 4.60
@5.25.
Hogs—Receipts 888. Market steady.
Prime light, [email protected]; prime strong
weights, 8.7509: good to prime mixed,
8.2508.50; rough heavy packing, 8©
8.25; pigs and skips, 7.5008.
Sheep—Receipts 412. Market steady,
Spring lambs, $1J; choice lambs, 9.50
@10; common lambs, 8.25 09.25;
choice yearlings. 9 (h i 0 ; good yearlings.
809: choice wethers, 808.25; choice
light ewes, 7.5008.25; choice ewes,
[email protected]; common heavy ewes, 506.
LOCAL MARKETS.
Wholesale Marxata.
Local fruit—Apples. 76c to $1.25.
Eggs, honey and ranch butter—
(Corrected daily by W. J. Campbell &
Son.)—Fresh ranch eggs, per case,
$5.00; honey, per case, $2; ranch
butter, 22%c to 25c per lb.
Ha; and grain—Alfalfa, $11.50012.60
per ton haled; timothy, baled, [email protected];
wheat, $1.2501.40 per cwt.; oats, $1.20
per cwt.; bariey, $1.25; seed potatoes,
$2 @$2.50.
Dairy produce—(Corrected daily by
the Mutual Creamery company)—
Butter fat, 28c pound. Creamery but
ter, cubes, 28c pound; prints, 30c.,
Livestock—(Corrected dally by the
B° lse Butcher company—Cows, $4.50®
$5 per cwt.; steers, $6 0 6.25; prime
hogs, $8 per cwt.; medium, $7,75 per
cwt.; heavy rough, $7.00; shearling
wethers, $606.50 per cwt.; ewes, $4.50
per cvt.; hens, 1012c per lb.; break
fast bacon, ti£ per pound; ham, 17c
per pound; lard, tierce base, 12%c per
pound.
Retail Miarsets %
(Corrected dally '.y W J. Campbell
& Son)—Potatpe $202.50 per cwt.,
10 pounds for 25c; "Teen peppers, 30c
lb., parsley, 5c per bunch; hothouse
radishes, 6. per bunch; cabbage, 3c per
lb.; celery'. 6c and 10c per bunch; beets.
3c per lb.; cucumbers, 25c each; hot
house lettuce, 20c lb.; sweet potatoes, 3
lbs. P5c; Brussels sprouts. 15c lb. ; ufti
chokes, 10c; garlic. 25c lb.; Mexi
can peppers, 35c lb.; cauliflower, 15c oer
lb.; elery root, 5c each; new carrots,
10c bunch: now beets, 10c per bunch;
new cabbage, 6c per lb.; new turfilps,
10c per bunch; asparagus, 17%c per
lb.; rhubarb, 6c per bunch; mustard
greens, 5c per bunch; wax beans, 25c
lb.; green beans, 25c lb.; new potatoes,
15c lb.; tomatoes, 20c lb.; rhubarb, 5c
bunch.
Local fruits—Apples, 7 lbs. 25c; per
box, C5c to $1.50.
Tropical fruits—Bananas, 3 pounds
for 25c; cut off bananas, 15®20c dozen;
pineapples, 12%c lb.; oranges. 25 to 60c
per dozen; lemons. 30c per dozen;
Florida grapefruit, 10 and 15c; new
dates, 15c package; tomatoes, 26c per
lb.; Mishon figs, 15c; Turkish figs,
20c basket.
Sugar and lard—Beet sugar, per
cwt., $7.75; cane sugar, per cwt., $8.25;
lard, per 10-pound pall. $1.59; maple
sugar, 25c per pound.
Eggs, butter and honev—Ranch eggs,
20c; creamery butter, 40c per pound;
ranch butter, 25c an." 30c per pound;
honey, 15c pound.
Poultry—Hens, 22c per lb.; spring
frys, 50c to 60c each; ducks. 22c; tur
keys, 28c: geese, 18c lb.; capons,
25c lb.
Flour—Straight graors.
$1.65 01.75
Evening Capital New»
Published every afternoon and Sunday morning
at Boise, Idaho, by
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y LIMITED.
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lowing places:
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Proprietor«.
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Detroit, Mich.—Metropolitan Newa Co., office
27 La Fayette Ave.
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Stand.
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Minn.—World News Co.
Drug Store.
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News Stand.
Kansas City, Mo.—Ymna News Co, 818 Wall
Sheet,
Los Angeles, Cal.—Kemp News Agency; The
'News bbop, Filth anti Broadway, M. Marcus.
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McCall, 1-iali— H. E. N utttn
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Nampa, Idaho—Halley Wilson; H. L* Nichols
& Co.
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way.
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On Trains in Idaho—Gray News Cm
Parma, Idaho ~L. R. btuckton.
Philadelphia, Pa.—Quaker News Co, 52a
Sixth Street.
Payette, Idaho—Pustoffice News Stand.
Pocatello, Idaho---Kork's Book Store; Corner
Drug Store; Gray News Co. Stand.
Rexburg, Idaho—The Jewell.
Rupert, Idaho—Rupert Pharmacy.
Rigby, Idaho-—Barrett Bros.; Cray News Co.
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State St. News Wagon; Mrs. Emma \
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.Main.
win Falls, Idaho—K. Packard.
Vale, Ore.— L D. Rogers, P. O. News Stand.
Vancouver, B. C.—Universal News Co.; Pam
•Pacific News Agency.
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Franklyn P. Alcorn,
3jW. 34th Sk, New York.
Frank W. Henkel,
People s Gas Building, Chicago.
POSTAGE ON DROP LETTERS IS TWO
CENTS—At all postoffices where there are
city carriers two cents postage is required
ali letters. All answers, to ads., whether
mailed in Boise o* outside, going through the
postotfice should have a two-cent stamp
taciied—one cent is not sufficient.
WANTED.
WANTED—A young calf. Phone
76-R-i.
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HORSES TO PASTURE—Call Farm
ers' Corral.
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TURKEY eggs wanted. J. R. Ford,
Route 3, Boise.
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WANTED—Accounts for collections;
w'rlte Box 187, Boisé.
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LAWN WORK, spading, raking and
lawn mowing. Phone 22-J.
per 48-lb. sack; high patent, $1.8002
per 48-pound sack.
Fish—Halibut, 20c per pound; sal
mon, 30c per pound; perch, 17%c
per po-ud; fresh herring, 15c per
pound; kippered salmon, 25c per lb.;
Finnan haddie, 25c; Coeur d'Alene
white fish, 20c pound; brook trout,
per pound; rock cod, 17%c per pound;
clams, 10c pound; crawfish, 76c dozen;
crabs, 30®35c; catfish, 20c per pound;
shrimp, 30c pound; Columbias river
smelts, 3 pounds for 25c.
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NOTICE.
Subscribers wtio are expect
ing the four magazines, Home
Life. The Ho . iehold, Farm Life
and Woman's World, will re
celve their first Issue of their
year's subscription with the May
number which should reach
their address about April 20.
Owing to the large number of
orders sent, the agency from
whom we order the magazines,,
write that our orders cannot be
filled until the May number, and
that each subscriber w*ll receive
a full year's subscription from
that date. »
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(From Judge.)
"Pa," said Little Willie, "what Is
unit rule?"
■ Why— er —why, my hoy, it's about
the same thing as prevails in
family,*' said Mr. Slithers. "You
have noticed that Whatever
Mother says goes."
"Sunset" and Capital News for $6.00.
INTERURBAN LINES
BOISE VALLEY TRACTION COM
PANY.
Leave Boise for Lagle, Star, Middle
ton and Caldwell: a. m. 7:00,
8:30, 11:00; p. m. 1:09, 2:00,
4:00, E:30, 7:00, 9:00, 11:00.
Leave Boise for Meridian. Nampa
and Caldwell: a. m. 6;30, 7:30,
10:30, 12:00 noon; p. m. 1:30,
3:30, *4:30, 6:00, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30, 11:00.
*To Meridian and McDermott
Boiee to Duncan Station: Leave
Boise, a. m. *8:20, *7:05; p. m. 21:05,
5:06, 6:05. -
Duncan Station to Boise: Leave
Duncan, a. m, *6:45, *7.30; p. m.
1:30. 6:10.
•Daily except Bur day*.
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No Advartiaomant L-eaa Than 15 Canta.
WANTED.
WANTED—Clean white rags at Capi
tal News offlce. Apply at press room
In the basement.
TOUR PLUMBING AND HEPA1R
Ing, prices right; work right. Phone
811-W. Will Konrad, 510 State St. tf
WANTED—A man with some money
to cevelop kind on liberal terms.
Plenty of water free. Phone 589-W.
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SITUATION WANTED as bookkeeper;
have 10 years' experience In county
offices; best of references. Phone
1575J.
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WANTED — Dining room work or
chamber work mixed In hotel. Ad
dress H. F. General delivery, Nampa,
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Idaho.
AN ATTRACTIVE proposition for ex
perienced solicitors who cun work In
country. See Western Farmer's Re
view at Capital News office.
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THOUSANDS government Jobs open to
MEN-WOMEN. $75 to $150 month.
Write Immediately for list. Franklin
Institute, Dep(
N. Y.
60 N, Rochester,
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Manufactured in Idaho!!
AUTOMOBILE tops, seat cov
ers, automobile cushions,
backs and automobile uphol
stery. When prices and qual
ity are equal give us your
work. Pioneer Tent 5c Awn
ing Co., Auto Top Depart
ment. 524 Main Street. Sixth
and Main, Boise.
WANTED HELP—Female
WANTED—Experienced chamber maid,
at Hotel Brand. References. Apply
Brand's .Grill.
A9
WANTED—Competent woman for gen
eral house w ork. Middle age prefer
red Strictly modern home. Mrs. E.
M. Heigho, New Meadows, Idaho. A5
THE Younj Woman's Christian Asso
ciation, with headquarters at 408-9
McCarty Bldg., corner 9th and Idaho,
will be glad to asslstany young wo
man in finding lodging or employ
ment; secretary continually In at
tendance. Phone 1546W.
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WANTED—Salesmen.
SALESMAN WANTED—We have an
opening in our selling organization
for an honest, energetic man, be
tween the ages of twenty .and forty,
who desires permanent connection
with one of the great Life Insurance
Companies. Thorough training in
our program and methods given free.
Prefer inexperienced man. Rapid
promotion to executive position for
capable energetic man. Call or ad
dress, C. R. Pennington, Agency til
rector, Boise Branch Western States
Life Insurance Co., Boise, Idaho.
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WANTED—HELP—Male
FIREMEN, BRAKEMEN, $120 month
ly. »experience unnecessary. Rail
way, Fox 1392 'apital Nev a.
SunMonTues-A30c
TO TRADE.
WILL TRADE Boise residence for dry
land farm; 1376, Capital News.
UNIMPROVED land with paid up wat
er to trade. Carter, McCarty Bldg.
A8
TO TRADE—New 6-room modern, for
Ellis addition. Phpne
automobile.
2722.
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WILL TRADE two houses for unin
cumbered dry farm. Box 1323, Cap
ital News.
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A 75 per cent equity In 4-room house
for auto or extra good motorcycle.
Address 1323, Capital News.
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TO TRADE — 8x8x16 In. concrete
block machine, to trade for shotgun,
20 gauge prefered. Call 1606 Main.

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5-ROOM modern bungalow In good
neighborhood, to trade for one not
modern. Address 1388, care Capital
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News.
"SOUTH BOISE HOME WANTED—I
wish to trade 80 acres adjoining R.
station, 20 mile? south of Boise,
practically all under cultivation,
acres In prime commercial apple or
chard bearing, 10 acres prunes and
apples 3 years old, complete set
fair buildings, windmill, pumps, etc.
Good water. Will sell on easy terms
or trade. Owner unable to give
attention. Price will make you buy.
Address P. O. Box No. 667, or phone
98.
MISCELLANEOUS.
PAINTING is going up. Special price
on Painting and tinting. Phoae 2722,
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WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING;
prices right; all work guaranteed.
Dwight Perkins, 1607 Idaho St.
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VETERINARY HOSPITAL
BOISE VET. HOSPITAL AND STAL
Ilon stable, 1312 Grove. Dr. Noble.
STOVE REPAIRS.
We are still headquarters for all kinds
of stove repair's; If we haven't what
you want we can get It. The Com
pany Store, 906-8 Idaho St.
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STOVE REPAIRING.
For stoves and ranges, stove repair
ing, range connections, chimney
sweep, call 2393-J.
VACUUM cleaning at homes or pow
erful stationery "INVIN TBLE" vac
uum cleaners sold, rented. Do more,
cost lies. Demonstrated. Kingsley,
Ona Cant a Word Eaoh Insertion.
No Advartiaomant Lata Than 15 Oenta.
FOR RENT—Apartments
FURNISHED apartments for house
keeping; cheap; 828 Fort St,
if
FIVE ROOMS modern; hot water
heat. Call 702 Hays. Phone 807-W.
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FOR RENT CHEAP—Four-room un
furnished apartment with large
sleeping porch. 408 Jefferson.
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S ROOM neatly furnished brick apart
ment, ground floor, private entrance,
basement, close in, $11. 1201 Qrand
Ave.
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FOR RENT—Two and three room
furnished apartments with bath and
Apply 200 Broadway. Phone
gas.
• 1594-W.
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Furnished for Housekeeping
Front housekeeping suites, clean, well
furnished, steam heat, hot water, $10
no children. Phone 2210—12
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up;
until 2.
HOUSEKEEPING rooms, gas plate,
light and water furnished, $12. Hub
City Realty Co. Phone 50.
FURNISHED and unfurnished apart
ments for rent.
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FOR RENT—Furnished housekeeping
apartment of 3 rooms; very law rent;
bath, phone, lights and water Includ
ed; walking distance; ground floor,
sleeping porch. 275 arm Springs.
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FOR RENT — Housekeeping.
FURNISHED rooms for light house
keeping; 1124 Bannöck. Phone 923.
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TWO pleasant housekeeping rooms
with sleeping porch, $7 per month.
Call 1418-J. evenings.
FOR RENT—HOUSES
FOR RENT—4-room cottage. Inquire
418 N. 5th.
Bungalow—Four rooms, cellar, garage;
Idaho
$C per month. Lucas, 215
Bldg.
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and half
Phone
3-ROOM house with acre
grdund. South Boise, $7.
2476-W.
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FOR RENT—6 room cottage, modern
except heat, one block from capitol.
Call 404 Washington.
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FOR RENT—Five room modern home,
$15, six lots, fine hen house, South
Boise. Booth, 807 Bannock.
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FOR RENT—Modern 5 room bungalow
on East State; has gas. electric
lights, sleeping porch and bath. Car
ter, McCarty Bldg.
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FURNISHED HOUSES
FOR RENT—Modern 4 room bungalow.
1712 N. 12th.
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FOR RENT—5-room furnished houae;
inquire 411 State.
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FOR RENT.
FOR RENT—40 acres near Kuna.
Booth, 807 Bannock Street.
Sun Wed-A5
FOR RENT—Fine little home, South
Boise, $10 month; or sell for $20
monthly. Booth, 807 Bannock.
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FOR SALE
I AUTO CARS
1916 LITTLE Six Buick for sale at
bargain. Address 1384 caxe Capital
N ews.
FOR SALE—Ford touring car, fine
condition, nicely equipped. Bargain.
AlOc
1504 Grove.
FOR SALE—Some good used cars,
electrically equipped. Prices are
right. The home of the Oakland.
Central Auto Co., 206-208 So. 10th St.
FORD Touring cor. We also have some
good buys In other makes of used
ears. Bannock Motor Sales Co., 1012
Grove street, between 10th and 11th
streets. Maxwell and Chalmers dis
tributors.
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* BARGAINS IN USED CARS.
* WE have on hand a number of
• used cars, all of which have
• been overhauled In our own re
* pair shop and are In first class
* running condition. We must
• have the room and have priced
• these cArs at bargain prices.
* We will be pleased to demon
* strate these cars. '
• 1916 Overland Touring Car, mod
* el S3. Electric lights and start
• er. Excellent condition. Price
• $600.00.
• Model 16 Buick, four passenger,
• detachable tonneau, new tires
• and Just repainted. Price $460.00.
* Two Model 25 Bulcks, five pas
• senger. Just overhauled and re
s* ' painted. Choice $525.00.
• /1915 Buick, model C/S7. five pas
• senger, thirty-seven horse pow
• er, overhauled and repainted.
• As good a car as Buick ever
• made. Price $750.00.
• Buick model 40, five passenger,
• electric lights, good condition.
Price $500.00.
RANDALL-DODD AUTO CO.
Ltd.
12th & Main Sts. P one 1174-W.
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SEEDS AND GRAINS.
FOR SALE—Good seed oats. Phone.
28-R-l.
FOR SALE— Blüestem whent and
cleaned rye for seed. Ross &
1324 Main.
FOR SALE—Seed grain, "Big Four"
oats, bluestem wheat. H. O. McMa
nimte, phone 13J1.
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BOARD AND ROOMS--Cnee House.
Ona Cant a Word Each Insartion.
No Advartiaomant Lest Than 1S Canta.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE—Sait pickles, 20c a Ballon.
Phone 81R3.
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FOR SALE—Good piano at a bargain.
Phone 1126-W.
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FOR SALE—Tent, 16x18 feet. Call
2211 N. 21 St.
AS
20 PER CENT discount sale. Pioneer
Furniture Co., 909 Idaho St.
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FOR SALE—Mosler safe, Inside di
mensions, 12x18. Phone 1114-W. A6
FOR SALE—Seed artichokes for hog
feed. $3.00 a hundred. Phone 65J3.
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FOR BALE—Singer sewing machine.
In good condition, $9. Phone 2451-J.
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FOR , ALE CHEAP—Good grocery
and bazaar, near Boise. Address X.
this offlce.
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SOUDEN raspberry plants at $1.50 per
luO; $10.00 per 1000. C. G. Evans,
Gooding, Idaho.
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. PERSONAL.
TOP prices for men's caBt-oft clothing,
shoes, etc. Phone 1514,
Apr30e
NU BONE CORSET
See Mrs. I. F. Teeters, agent for the
Nu Bone corset. Phone 2679-W. A30
THE Farmers' Co-operative Store of
Caldwell are still selling good eat
ing potatoes at $1.35 f. o. b.
A7c
FOR SALE—Tables, rugs, Ice box.
book case, beds, dining room suite,
bed room suits, etc.; 213 W. Bannock.
A 5c
FOR SALE—Household furniture for
four room house; house for rent.
Phone 1951-W. Owner leaving city.
A8
FOR SALE—Good blacksmith shop,
stock and tools. Good business, 1916
Overland. Earle Webb, Kuna, Idaho.
A10
FOR SALE—Second hand Irrigation
pipe, all sizes, any quantity on hand;
save you money. Idaho Junk House,
513 So. 8th St., Boise, Phone 640. A28
FOR SALE—Pioneer Furniture Co.,
Second hand goods, 909-11 Idaho St.:
Fireless cooker, $5; porch swing,
$6.50; white bedroom suite, $35, good
as new; Limbert library table. $17.60,
good as new.
A5
LIME-SULPHUR SOLUTION.
PATRONIZE the old reliable home ln
Supply unlimited.
dustry.
distributed by Idaho Hdw. 4 Plumb
ing Co.. Boise, Idaho; Charli
Sinsel, Poise, Idaho; McLain Hdw.
Co., Nampa, Idaho; Meridian Spray
Mfg. Co., Meridian, Idaho.
Only
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FOR SALE
practice In nearby, live town.
Cash collected last year, over
Î700U. No real estate connect
ed with this deal. Offlce equip
ment sind practice at a very
reasonable figure. Will bear
closest investigation. Address
1395 care of Capital News.
Sun-Wed-Sun-A9
Good medical
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FOR SALE
POULTRY.
1 Blooded breeding stock.
Eggs for Hatching, In
cubators, Brooders,
Foods. General Supplies
of all kinds _
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FOR SALE—Baby chicks, 10c each. C.
E. Sharp, RL 2. Phone 20-R-l. A9
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THOROUGHBRED Rhode Island Red
eggs for setting; $1,00 for 15. Phone
2166-J.
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THOROUGHBRED Barred Rock eggs
for setting. Phone 2310-J. P. O.
Box 416.
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EGOS pure bred rocks at $1.25 per set
ting; $5 per 100. C. G. Evans, Good
Ing, Idaho.
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FOR SALB) —Incubators and repairs,
new and second hand, at Loveley's,
14th and Main.
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EGGS for hatching; barred Plymouth
pocks; fancy laying strain; 15 eggs
for 60c. Gem Grocery. 728 Main.
Phone 1165.
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SALE—Thoroughbred
Rock eggs for hatching from prize
winning stock, $1.50 for 15. Address
J. H. Hopftgarten, 1007 Idaho SU
phone 2166-J.
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WHITE LEGHORN BABY CHIX, from
proved heavy laying stock; May de
We guarantee
The Pioneer Hatchery,
MlOo
livery, $8 per 100.
safe arrival.
Petaluma, Cal.
FAMOUS La Vista strain of Bronze
Turkeys, $4 per 11. White Leghorns:
Chicks, $12. Eggs. $7 per 100. Safe
delivery guaranteed. La Vista Farm.
Baker, Oregon.
Ap23o
FOR SALE— S. C. White Leghorn;
year's average 178.96 eggs per hen:
1st, 3rd and 4th cockerels, 3rd, 4th
pullets, Boise Show, 1916. Eggs^
$1.50 per setting; $8.00 per hun
dredl
Archie M. Larson, Rt. S, Weiser,
Idaho.
Chicks, $16 per hundred.
A 19c
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—A fresh
Guernsey cow, genjle, Just right
family. Will take In trade young
stock gofd for range, Durham
Hereford, Phone 1609M.
FOR HIRE
A9
GOOD saddle horses. 16th i.nd Main,
SADDLE HORSES for hire—Farmers'
Corral.
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MATRIMONIAL.
:
MARRY RICH—Paper with descrip
tions Wealthy Californians seeking
marriage, trial 3 months 10c. "Unity"
67-4th Street, San Francisco,
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On« Cant a Word Each Insertien.
No Advertisement Les* Than 15 Cant*.
FOR SALE—Real Estate.
A SNAP—8 hoom modern house and
two lots, desirable location, see own
er, address 1390 Capital Newe.
a 8 c
FOR SALE—5 acres in townsite of
Meridian near high school. AH In
commercial fruit. Carter, MoCarty
Bldg.
A 8
FOR SALE—Restaurant doing good
business in Payette, am going to
Oregon. Address C. H. Arnold, Pay
ette, Idaho.
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DAIRY FARM for sale; highly im
proved; house five blocks from post
offlce; live railroad town. Box 1323,
Capital News.
A8
FOR SALE1—5 room modem houses
and bungalows, $1400 to $1600; 10 per
cent down, balance, $20 per month.
Carter, McCarty Bldg.
A x
STILL OOINO DIOWN $50 a week until
sold. This week $1150 will buy the
$2000 bungalow 5 per cent Interest
and $12.50 per month. Lucas, 215
Idaho Bldg.
A8
FOR SALE— 20 acres half mile south
.rest of b, slnese part Meridian. Gov
ernment water. City water pipe- to
house.
Electric lights available.
Good six-room house. Flaon all seed
ed to alfalfa and pasture. On car
line and state highway,
right. Address box 123,
Idaho.
Price
Meridian,
A8c
CIGAR Store and Pool Hall, doing over
$1000 per month In good live R. R.
town. In targe brick block, room S5x
100. Rent $50 per month. Will In
voice stock and fixtures; will run
about $3500. A good money maker.
Owner has other business which
compels him to selL Might consider
trade for Income property. Edward
Stein Co., 109 N. 10th 8L Phone 98.
a8
WE get the business bccouse we have
the bargains.
Nice house and barn on car line 6 cent
fare. $850.00, small payment, balance
like rent
Improved 40 acres to rent very cheap.
Good Long Valley ranch to trade for
acreage.
Number of houses to rent cheap.
We match all your trades.
GEM STATE REALTY CO.
Phone 70 7 M.
339 Sonna.
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See Wilaon-Smith.
1023 Main St.
5-acre tract near Franklin school; low'
price; will consider stock for part
payment.
Good gprage, established business;
other interests compel owner to sac
rifice.
Well located 80 acres, 40 acres In
prunes; will make special price for
quick turn.
We have several good properties for
exchange both in farm and city prop
erty.
Fire Insurance.
Best Companies.
George W. Smith, Manager.
The Edward Stein Co. respectfully so
licits correspondence relative to small
or large irrigated farms and ranches
—can meet all requirements from $7
up. Frost-nipped and shriveled up
are our prices.
Do you want to trade? We will trade.
If you have money, we will make you
more—only Invest now, before the
big advance is on. Now is your
chance.
Would you pay half price for one of
Boise's finest modern houses on the
Avenue. Nine or more rooms, baths
on two floors, fine shade, lawn and
garage, natural hot water heat, 75
foot corner lot. Terms easy, de
ferred payments at low rate of Inter
est, must be seen to be appreciated.
Let us show you what we mean by
"A SNAP." Condition and neces
sity.
For sale or trade for South Boise prop
erty, 80 acres of as good land as any
in Ada county, near railroad station;
has complete set of buildings, virtu
ally all under cultivation; 10 acres
commercial apples, water right with
place. House, barn and windmill and
other good Improvements. See about
this soon. Won't keep long. Hero
Is your opportunity.
A choice 6-acre tract on Hill Crest
Loop. Goqjl 4-room house, barn,
chicken house, etc. Fine growing or
chard with lots of strawberries and
other small fruit; $2650 gets this on
small payments. A good living with
this place. Just what you want.
$1776 buys a good 6-room house In fine
condition. Bath, closets, cement base
ment with laundry tubs. On terms to
suit you. Small payment down and
balance like rent. Not much of a
price but a great big bargain.
THE EDWARD STEIN CO.
Phone 98. 109 N. 10th St* Boise, Idaho,
FOR SALE
LIVESTOCK
H ortas, Cattle and
Livestock of «vary
kind.
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FOR SALE—Four weeks old calves.
Phone 142S-W.
A 60
HORSES harness and rigs tor sale or
hire, 16th and Main. Phone 635-W.
April
JAPON ISE.
THE celebrated Belgian stallion, "Jop
onet," will make 1918 season aa fol
lows; Mondays and Tuesdays, Sol
Nelson ranch, 2 miles west of Me
ridian; Wednesdays, old Lemp sec
tion ; Thursdays Van Varloe ranch,!
miles east of Eagle; Fridays, Satur
days and Sundays, old sprinkling
I'.l barn. South Tenth street. Boise.
_ Thomas Tolly, owner and manager.
or
WedABun—Mlc
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.
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ESTABLISHED
wants general sales raadkger to open
office and manage salesmen. $300 to
con
manufacturer
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$700 capital necessary
tract money making
limited. Will pay expenses to Chi
cago If you are man >we want A. C*
W„ 1012 Republic Bldg, Chicago
y. Liberal
possibilities un-

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